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RNC Chairman Priebus Statement On Republicans’ Budget Reforms

- March 11, 2011

WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement today:

“Recent votes in the state Senate and Assembly as well as Governor Walker’s leadership are important to restoring fiscal responsibility in my home state of Wisconsin. Like many Republican governors across the country, Governor Walker is willing to step up to the plate and make the tough choices to get his state’s fiscal house in order. While Republicans across the country focus on cutting spending so we can grow our economy and create jobs, Democrats continue to stand in the way of reform. Whether the discussion is taking place in Madison, Columbus, Trenton or Washington, Democrats need to put aside their obstructionism in defense of the status quo and join Republicans in creating sustainable economic growth.”


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